Features:

  • Transcriptions of seminar notes
  • Color reproductions
  • Anima and animus
  • Process of individuation
  • Mythopoetic archetypes of collective unconscious
  • Western myth and eastern yoga

Visions by C.G. Jung

Visions : Notes of the seminar given in 1930-1934

The Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung (1875-1961) was a son of a Protestant minister.

He studied philosophy, medicine, and neurology at Basel and Munich. After working with Eugen Bleuler in Switzerland, he founded his own analytical psychology school.

He was influenced by Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalysis but went beyond it to develop his own theories of human psychology as well as archetypes (archetypal images that are common to all people), introversion/extraversion, persona (the social mask), animus/anima (animating principle in man), collective unconscious, synchronicity, etc.